"I am making breakfast here."
Translation:Dw i'n gwneud brecwast yma.
The hints have breakfast translate as brecwast or frecwast. Is frecwast a variant of another region?
Brecwast mutates to become frecwast in some situations. So dy(your informal)/ei(his) frecwast because dy and ei when it means his mutate nouns softly, and for breakfast is am frecwast because am is one of the twelve major prepositions that cause soft mutations.
Ah! OK, thanks very much for that comprehensive and informative answer. I see I am getting ahead of mysef. :-)
please if you ever have any questions feel free to ask and ill answer them to the best of my ability
No you absolutely would never use yn after a vowel. If you wanted to spell "dw i'n" using "dwi" as one word then it becomes "dwi'n"
What is the difference between "I am making breakfast" and "I make breakfast?"